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Democrat deputy leader casts doubt over the credibility of feedback to PM’s questions

 

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BANGKOK: -- Democrat Party deputy leader Ong-art Klampaibul expressed doubt that public feedback to the four questions put forward by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha through the Interior Ministry would be credible and reliable.

 

While admitting that the prime minister had the right to pose the four questions to the public, he expected the answers to those questions from the public would satisfy the prime minister because the questions were crafted in the way to extract favorable answers rather than the real answers from the public.

 

Ong-art said he didn’t think the four questions would be beneficial to the country, but would only add more problem which would affect attempt at national reconciliation.

 

The Democrat deputy leader noted that the prime minister should have known the answers better than the people who were told to give their answers.

 

If the prime minister is worried that the post-election government does not have good governance, he suggested that the prime minister should let the people to decide their future by themselves.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/democrat-deputy-leader-casts-doubt-credibility-feedback-pms-questions/

 
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Another democrat questioning the questions of the mic, off with his head!

 

"the prime minister should let the people to decide their future by themselves."

 

Now there is a novel idea, maybe there is a name for that process?

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59 minutes ago, Thailand said:

Now there is a novel idea, maybe there is a name for that process?

Edited 56 minutes ago by Thailand

There is a name for it BUT you cant speak about it.

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The four questions are a pile of BS. Different people will have different answers, none of which will have any real relevance. A pathetic attempt by the dictator to muddy the waters and provide justification to stay in power longer.

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Before long we’ll see a ’survey’ which will conclusively prove that 98.7% of  Thai people have enthusiastically welcomed the (soon to be legendary) four questions and have eagerly given the correct answers.

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The PMs questions were "rhetorical". He wasn't looking for feedback as he already has the answers he needs. He just wants to make sure the "people" understand that it's too soon for a "return to democrazy".

 

Sign hanging on Democracy Monument, "elections to be held tomorrow".

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

he suggested that the prime minister should let the people to decide their future by themselves

Talk about lack of credibility.

The Democrats attempted to forestall, disrupt and refuse to vote in the February 2014 election. There was no "let the people to decide their future by themselves." In fact the Democrat leadership praised the NCPO for its military coup to force an undemocratic regime change.

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1 hour ago, mtls2005 said:

The PMs questions were "rhetorical". He wasn't looking for feedback as he already has the answers he needs. He just wants to make sure the "people" understand that it's too soon for a "return to democrazy".

 

Sign hanging on Democracy Monument, "elections to be held tomorrow".

and as we all know tomorrow never comes

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30 minutes ago, Srikcir said:

Talk about lack of credibility.

The Democrats attempted to forestall, disrupt and refuse to vote in the February 2014 election. There was no "let the people to decide their future by themselves." In fact the Democrat leadership praised the NCPO for its military coup to force an undemocratic regime change.

the democrats got what they wished for and they should have been more careful about what they wished for

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1 hour ago, Srikcir said:

Talk about lack of credibility.

The Democrats attempted to forestall, disrupt and refuse to vote in the February 2014 election. There was no "let the people to decide their future by themselves." In fact the Democrat leadership praised the NCPO for its military coup to force an undemocratic regime change.

Flip flopping is quite common in politics. The head flip flopper resides in Washington. He is Top Gun at flip flopping. 

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33 minutes ago, elgordo38 said:

Flip flopping is quite common in politics. The head flip flopper resides in Washington. He is Top Gun at flip flopping. 

Agree with you that flip flopping is normal but in this case, the party lead by Ahbisit sold out not flip flop. He betrayed the democratic principles and values and betrayed his party image. His party took undemocratic short cut to be the government and he sold out by boycotting election twice. Big difference and unforgivable. 

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19 minutes ago, Eric Loh said:

Agree with you that flip flopping is normal but in this case, the party lead by Ahbisit sold out not flip flop. He betrayed the democratic principles and values and betrayed his party image. His party took undemocratic short cut to be the government and he sold out by boycotting election twice. Big difference and unforgivable. 

Yes your right of course but Thai's are not noted for long memories or future planning. 

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